Real Replica Tunes The Third (493 tunes): Jag XKR-S GT3

Discussion in 'GT6 Tuning' started by ich122, Nov 30, 2013.

  1. cmbeal317

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    First change the oil and buy the transmission, then put in the first final, set top speed, set the gears, and lastly the second final gear.
     
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  2. Sir Chadwick

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    Cheers bud thanks ;)
     
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  3. Pete05

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    Just to add, once you have the gearbox/transmission set, never ever touch it again unless you want to adjust it specifically for a given track.
    In that case, only ever adjust the Final Drive Ratio.
    The lower the number, the higher the top speed but the trade off is slower acceleration.
     
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  4. cmbeal317

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    JB Design Lamborghini Murcielago LP640
    710HP/ 570PP

    JB Design Murcielago.jpg

    Parts:
    Lamborghini Murcielago LP 640 '09 - Painted Carnival Metallic from Jaguar
    Custom Wing - Type A
    +1 in. RAYS 57XV - Silver Chrome
    Oil Change
    Fully Customizable Suspension
    Stage 1 Engine Tuning
    Sports Exhaust
    Isometric Exhaust Manifold
    Carbon Hood

    Tune:

    Suspension:
    Ride Height: 85/ 85
    Spring Rate: 13.60/ 21.42
    Dampers(Comp): 3/ 3
    Dampers(Exten): 3/ 3
    Anti-Roll Bars: 3/ 3
    Camber: 1.0/ 2.5
    Toe: 0.00/ 0.60
    Note: The car has definitely been lowered from the pictures, although no details were given on the suspension so it a custom tune and may not accurately depict the actual car.

    Power:
    Power Limiter: 99.7% or 710HP
     
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  5. ich122

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    isn't it JB Design.
     
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  6. ich122

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    Mugen Integra Type R (DC5)
    234PS/231HP/172kw
    PP 431

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    Buy a Honda Integra Type R (DC5) '04. Reinforce the chassis. Standard sized OZ Racing Ultraleggera look closest to original, leave them silver or paint them white. Buy front aero, if you want. Paint the brake calipers black or gold (Mugen Hi-Performance Brake System).

    Rear wing parts:

    Mount: E
    Wing H
    Winglet: K
    Height: -6
    Width: -32

    Used colors for picture:

    Car: Championcship White
    Wheel: ---
    Brakes: Autumn Gold Metallic

    Parts to buy:

    FC suspension
    racing brakes
    twin-plate clutch
    LSD
    sport exhaust
    sports exhaust manifold
    stage 1 weight reduction
    carbon bonnet (body color)


    and the setup:

    Mugen Sports Suspension
    height:115/115
    spring:4.77/8.04
    damp com:4/6
    damp ext:5/6
    roll:4/3
    cam:1.0/1.2
    toe:0.00/0.11

    brakes:6/5

    LSD
    int:8
    acc:14
    bra:10

    powerlimit: 234PS/231HP/172kw ~98,7%

    Aero: 15

    weight: add 63 kg to position 0 (1155 kg @ 59/41)
     
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  7. ich122

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    Mugen S2000 (AP2)
    256PS/252HP/188kw
    PP 435

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    Buy a Honda S2000 '06. Buy front aero A. Buy standard sized GT-AB07 and paint them gray (original color is called "Gun Metallic") or bronze. Paint the brake calipers black or gold (Mugen Hi-Performance Brake System).

    Rear wing parts:

    Mount: F
    Wing H
    Winglet: J
    Height: -4
    Width: -25

    Used colors for picture:

    Car: Bermuda Blue Pearl
    Wheel: Dark Metal Gray (M)
    Brakes: Autumn Gold Metallic


    Parts to buy:

    FC suspension
    racing brakes
    twin-plate clutch
    LSD
    sport exhaust
    sports exhaust manifold
    stage 1 weight reduction
    carbon bonnet


    and the setup:

    Mugen PRO SPEC. SUSPENSION
    height:100/100
    spring:11.76/13.72
    damp com:7/8
    damp ext:4/5
    roll:4/4
    cam:1.3/3.0
    toe:0.00/0.00

    brakes:6/5

    LSD
    int:8
    acc:10
    bra:10

    powerlimit: 256PS/252HP/188kw ~99,0%

    Aero: 15

    weight: add 73 kg to position 0 (1230 kg @ 50/50)
     
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  8. cmbeal317

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    Oops, I'll change that. :dunce:
     
  9. cmbeal317

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    Eagle Talon TSi
    210HP/ 406PP

    Talon TSi.jpg

    Parts:
    Eagle Talon ESi
    Oil Change
    Sports Computer
    Sports Exhaust
    Mid RPM Turbo

    Tune:

    Power:

    Power Limiter: 98.9% or 210HP

    Body:
    Ballast Weight: 63kg for 1315kg total weigh
    Ballast Position: -6 for 59:41 weight distribution
     
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  10. cmbeal317

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    Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Competizione Series 1
    380HP/ 509PP

    GTB4 Competizione.jpg

    Parts:
    Ferrari 365 GTB4 '71
    Front Aero - Type A
    Oil Change
    Intake Tuning

    Tune:

    Power:

    Power Limiter: 98.8% or 380HP

    Body:
    Ballast Weight: 24kg for 1224kg total weight
     
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  11. cmbeal317

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    Ferrari 250 GT SWB Comp/61
    295HP/ 465PP


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    Parts:

    Ferrari 250 GT Berlinetta passo corto CN.2521 '61
    Oil Change
    Stage 1 Engine Tuning


    Tune:

    Power:

    Power Limiter: 97.2% or 295HP

    Body:
    Ballast Weight: 65kg for 1025kg total weight
     
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  12. GTvsForza

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    Oh man, I wish there was an F355. That way we could do the Challenge model.
     
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  13. brianwong

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    Updated alignment and LSD
     
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  14. ich122

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    I've added pics to both Mugen
     
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  15. Gotbeefboy564

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    This video shows that the rims are silver chrome. Maybe you should change that.
     
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  16. cmbeal317

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    I looked at the pictures of the car and your right, I'll make the change and add a new picture. :)
     
  17. f1357924680

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    How about those?
    Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT
    Lamborghini Murcielago SV-R
    Mad Mike's RX7 and RX8
    And some time attack race cars)
     
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  18. Gotbeefboy564

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    The lambos have been done, just look in the first page.
     
  19. ich122

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    I haven't seen the Lambos on the front page. They are the GT1 racecars made by Reiter Engineering, only the Lamborghini/Reiter Engineering Gallardo GT3 is on the frontpage. I allready thought about making them, but never had the time, now I'll put them on my WIP-list and I'll see, if they are possible... I guess the weight will make some problems, but will see and comment the progress.

    so next up:

    - Lamborghini/Reiter Engineering Murcielago R-GT (GT1)
    - Lamborghini/Reiter Engineering Murcielago LP670 R-SV (GT1)
     
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  20. Gotbeefboy564

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    I swear someone did the rgt.
     
  21. f1357924680

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    The curb weight is not possible. I know that, but if those GT1 cars won races they have to add some weight. The FIA tried with this reglement to create some balance ( this are the roots of Balance of Performance)
     
  22. ich122

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    Jup, FIA-homologation weight: 1100 kg, FIA-regulation (BoP) for 2010: 1250 kg, it will still be heavier ingame, but I'll see if it'll work ingame.
     
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  23. ColinH96

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    I've had that problem before, you can add two options to your build, one with the real life power, and another with extra BHP that will replicate the real life Power to weight ratio.
     
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  24. LJ12

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    Expect a tune coming in on Thursday:

    Alfa Romeo 166 3.2 V6 Ti
     
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  25. brianwong

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    Yeah but power to weight ratio isn't the same as less weight. Your car will not stop or corner the same.
     
  26. ColinH96

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    But it will be more realistic than being way overweight with the real life power, it will be much more competitive.
     
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  27. brianwong

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    Updated transmission final gear to reflect how the Z/28 has smaller wheels than the SS
     
  28. ABP

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    Sierra fuel economy:
    Realistic driving style (100km/h speed limit): ~5 liter per lap (~18.5 liter/ 100 km)
    Racing driving style: ~15 liter per lap (~55.5 liter/ 100 km)

    The F40 is really fun at Sierra on Comfort Softs. The track is very fast and the car is somewhat predictable. It takes slow corners nicely and fast corners can be taken in a sort of power slide in a low angle. Countersteer and you are dead!
    Braking is look-free until about 150km/h but there are many sharp corners that you approach at 250+km/h. It is however very stable while braking.

    That's my summary of my first 170km at Sierra.
    I'm using no aids at all and driving in an online lobby with real grip and tyre wear.

    Next goal at Sierra is a sub 10-minute lap. That is an average speed of 162km/h! Rain will be used too in my next session. If you got any specific questions, feel free to ask me.

    Edit: Whoops wrong thread! Sorry!
     
  29. SkilledRacer

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    If possible can someone do the Time Attack Nismo GTR R35 and Saleen S7 Twin Turbo? :)
     
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  30. Gotbeefboy564

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    Anyone wanna expand this thread for Horizon 2?